Andy Murray will return to the courts for the first time since a Wimbledon third round loss in early July when he plays as a wild card at the Cincinnati Masters.
The two-time champion in the American Midwest lost the final to Marin Cilic in 2016 before losing in the first round to French opponents in 2018 and 2019.
Murray;’s trophies in 2008 and 2011 came against Novak Djokovic.
The No. 105 Scot who has undergone a pair of major hip procedures, was joined as a free entry in the pre-US Open event starting on August 16, by Sebastian Korda
Murray, a former No. 1, owns 46 career titles including three Grand Slams and a pair of Olympic gold medals; he has played the event 14 times.